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You can access the latest research on Northern Minerals, rare earths, and electric vehicles via the links below. If you have any questions, please call one of our advisors on (03) 8080 5795 or email admin@ozfinancial.com.au


Hallgarten & Company:
This report looks into the global dysprosium market, following up on the report they released earlier in the year. Find out why potential supply is constrained, how new technologies and the electric vehicle revolution is impacting projections, and why Cobalt is looking unlikely to be used as a substitute.

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Adamas Intellegence:
Looking ahead, dysprosium demand growth will be increasingly driven by global megatrends linked to electric mobility, clean energy, energy efficiency, and automation. These fast-growing policy-driven sectors will propel global demand to new heights, requiring an unprecedented increase in global production to keep up. However, as China, the world’s dominant producer of dysprosium, continues to crackdown on unsanctioned production in the nation, Adamas Intelligence believes that global dysprosium production may in fact decrease, emphasizing the need for new sources of supply.

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Hallgarten and Company:
This report highlights a 12 month price target of $0.38 for NTU. Their view on NTU comes from a perspective that sees the Rare-earth scene repeating what has happened in the Lithium space in recent times. Most importantly, they believe NTU is ‘indubitably ahead of the pack’ of other Rare-earth producers thanks to their staged approach to production and ability to secure key offtake agreements (among other reasons).

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OzFinancial Research:
This report outlines the challenges and opportunities for Northern Minerals. In particular the huge potential of Rare-earths and how the company is well positioned to benefit.

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